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Dedicate a Chair

Dedicate A Chair In Our Renovated Lecture Hall!


Read a message from two Fielding School alumni who are dedicating a chair and what it means to them:


From Claire and Ralph Brindis, Fielding School Alumni Hall of Fame inductees:


Dear Fielding School supporter,

The Fielding School is the place where we first met and fell in love, where we dedicated ourselves to each other and our lives to public health. It holds a special place in our lives and that’s why we recently named a chair in lecture hall 43-105 to commemorate that memory.

We are so pleased that our dedication will support much-needed student fellowships, innovative research and the Fielding School’s most pressing needs.

We invite you to join us in the spirit of Public Health Week. This is the perfect opportunity to recognize a professor, mentor or family member who inspired you or to celebrate your own career in public health.

Claim your seat today!

Even if you cannot name a lecture hall chair, please consider making a gift in any amount to help our students and faculty's efforts to improve the health of communities.

Click HERE to make your gift today.


Claire Brindis, DrPH, MPH ’73, Alumni Hall of Fame ‘12

Ralph Brindis, MD, MPH ’72, Alumni Hall of Fame ‘16




Click here to name your chair!

This summer, the Fielding School will renovate its largest lecture hall. Now, the School’s alumni, faculty and friends have the unique opportunity to name one or more of the chairs that will be installed in this updated space.

Chairs have already been dedicated to some of the School’s most distinguished professors including Ruth and Milton Roemer, Lester Breslow, and Rick Brown. Grateful students, including a couple who met at the Fielding School, have dedicated chairs commemorating their time at FSPH, and a professor has dedicated a chair in honor of his students.

You can name your chair for as little as $1,000, payable over a year, by clicking Your generous support, which will be recognized with a plaque on the armrest, will support student fellowships, innovative research and the Fielding School’s most urgent needs.

Questions?  Contact Eric Wilks at 310.825.6464 or at